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Eastern Regional Conventions

2018 EPA Convention
March 1–4, 2018 | Marriott Downtown | Philadelphia, PA

Psi Chi Workshop

EPA 101: Getting the Most From
Your Conference Attendance

This interactive session is designed to help attendees plan their conference experience for maximum benefit. A regional conference like EPA can be overwhelming for first-time attendees and students. Which sessions should I go to? How do I meet other students and professors? These are some of the common . . . [cont. below]

Vincent Prohaska, PhD
Lehman College, CUNY
9:30–10:50 a.m., Room 409
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Abstract Cont.
. . . question. The workshop includes tips for choosing sessions, networking, and conference etiquette. All students are welcome.

Dr. Vincent Prohaska is a professor of psychology at Lehman College, City University of New York. A native of the Bronx, Dr. Prohaska earned an AA Degree from Bronx Community College, a BS from Adelphi University, and a PhD in Educational Psychology/Child Development from the University of Chicago. At Lehman, he has served as chair of the Psychology Department, and is currently the chair of the Undergraduate Curriculum Committee and the chair of the Executive Committee of the General Faculty. He has published research with undergraduate coauthors on procrastination, memory illusions, and the psychological sense of home. He was faculty advisor to the Lehman Chapter of Psi Chi from 1991 to 2016. The chapter received Regional Chapter awards in 2000 and 2012; the Ruth Cousins National Chapter Award in 2001, and the inaugural Kay Wilson Officer Team Leadership Award in 2011. He has been Eastern Regional Vice President of Psi Chi and Psi Chi President. He also has served as a Councilor for the Psychology Division of the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) and as a member of the Board of Directors of the Eastern Psychological Association (EPA). Dr. Prohaska received the Lehman College Excellence in Teaching Award in 1997, a Performance Excellence Award in 2000, and a College Award for Service in 2009. In 2000, he received a Psi Chi Regional Faculty Advisor award, and in 2001, the Psi Chi Florence L. Denmark National Faculty Advisor Award. He is a fellow of EPA.



Marianne Fallon, PhD
Central Connecticut State University
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